Inside ACCess: A Look Inside ACC Women's Golf

Feb. 5, 2010


Women's Golf
The lowest round I every shot is... The most interesting place I've visited is... The toughest course I ever played is ______________? If I could play another sport it would be _____________. What's in your bag?
 
Natalie Sheary
Wake Forest
Junior

I shot my lowest round (66) in April 2009 of my sophomore year during the first round of ACC at Sedgefield Country Club. I went to Japan this past fall with my team for a tournament called the Topy Cup. It was extremely interesting to observe a totally different culture that is halfway across the world. We had to learn very quickly how to communicate and operate in an area that had a very limited amount of English speaking people to help us. The NCAA course for 2009 called Caves Valley. It was manicured perfectly with thick rough, and it had extremely fast, tricky greens which is a signature characteristic of a championship course. Track because it is another individual sport and I would be in perfect shape! Driver: Callaway Hyper X
3W: Titleist
Hybrid: Adams
Irons: Callaway X Forged 5-PW
Wedges: Titleist Vokey (50, 55, 60)
Putter: Adel 33"
Ball: Titleist ProV1x
In the pockets: My Ipod!
 
Emily Street
NC State
Senior

64 in the club championships from the ladies tee box. Puerto Rico because it's beautiful. Landfall Traditional, everywhere there was water and out of bounds, and a long course. Soccer because it's fun and would keep me in shape. Driver: Callaway F-3 with a regular shaft and a 10-degree loft
3W/5W: Adams with a regular shaft
Hybrids: Callaway Heavenwoods with a regular shaft
Irons: Adams
Wedges: 56 and 52 degree Cleveland
Putter: Tracy II
Ball: Titleist ProV1
In the pockets: Food, sunglasses, sunscreen, money, and a poker chip to mark my ball
 
Courtney Gunter
North Carolina
Freshman

66. It was during the second round of an AJGA major (Betsy Rawls at White Manor CC in Pennsylvania). I made all pars and birdies and one triple. Yes, I shot 66 with a triple, but came back and made a few birdies after that. Flagstaff, Arizona. It is the farthest west I have been and it is beautiful there with all the canyons. It was so interesting to see how the weather changed from Phoenix to there. It was 80 with no humidity in Flagstaff and 100 with a lot of humidity in Phoenix. Also, I was there to play in the AJGA Canon Cup which was the most fun I've ever had at a junior golf tournament. Crane Creek CC in Boise, Idaho. I was playing in the Big I Junior Championship. It was difficult for several reasons. The first is because I had never played in the west before this and the grass and air are completely different. Also, they grew the rough the highest I've ever played, the greens were rolling faster than a 12, and the fairways were only 15 yards wide at times. Basketball just because I enjoy shooting the ball around with friends when I am home. Also, I like the competition between two teams on the court at the same time. Driver: Ping G10 (9 degrees)
3W: Taylormade V Steel (15 degrees)
Hybrid: Bridgestone J33 (18 and 21 degrees)
Irons: Ping G10 (purple dot)W
Wedges: Ping Tour (52 and 58 degrees)
Putter: Yes! (answer style) Ball: Titleist ProV1x
In the pockets: Rain pants, rangefinder, old scorecards, CAROLINA blue sharpie